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COURSE

CODE
COURSE NAME
L-T-P-C
YEAR OF INTRODUCTION
EC 201
Network Theory
3-1-0-4
2015
Prerequisite:
Knowledge of Ohms Law, Kirchhoffs Laws, Current-voltage relationships in passive
components, Complex numbers Rectangular and Polar forms, Laplace Transform.
Course objectives:
To make the students capable of analyzing any linear time invariant
electrical network.
To study time domain, phasor and Laplace transform methods of linear
circuit analysis
To study the transient response of series and parallel A.C. Circuits.
To develop understanding of the concept of coupled circuits and two port
networks.
To impart knowledge about how to synthesize an electrical network from a
given impedance / admittance function.
Syllabus:
Network Topology, Mesh and Node Analysis, Network theorems, Steady state
analysis. Laplace Transform in the Network Analysis, Transient analysis, Network
functions, Two-port network parameters, Resonance, Coupled circuits, Network
Synthesis.
Expected outcome:
At the end of the course students will be able analyze and synthesize the linear
time invariant electrical circuits.
References:
1. Ravish R., Network Analysis and Synthesis, 2/e, McGraw-Hill, 2015.
2. Valkenburg V., Network Analysis, 3/e, PHI, 2011.
References
1. Sudhakar A. and S. P. Shyammohan, Circuits and Networks- Analysis and
Synthesis, 5/e, McGraw-Hill, 2015.
2. Choudhary R., Networks and Systems, 2/e, New Age International, 2013.
3. Franklin F. Kuo, Network Analysis and Synthesis, 2/e, Wiley India, 2012.
4. Pandey S. K., Fundamentals of Network Analysis and Synthesis, 1/e, S. Chand
2012.
5. Edminister, Electric Circuits Schaums Outline Series, McGraw-Hill.
Course Plan
Modul
Course content (48 hrs)
Sem.
Hour
e
Exam
s
Marks
Review of Kirchhoffs Laws, Independent and
1
I
Dependent Sources, Source Transformations
15
Network Topology, Network graphs, Trees, Incidence
matrix, Tie-set matrix and Cut-set matrix.

II

Solution methods: Mesh and node analysis of


network containing independent and dependent
sources
Network theorems: Thevenins theorem, Nortons
theorem, Superposition theorem, Reciprocity
theorem, Millmans theorem, Maximum Power
Transfer theorem
Review of Laplace Transform, Inverse Laplace
Transform by Partial Fraction Expansion.
Transforms of basic signals-Impulse, step, pulse and
ramp function.
Initial value and Final value theorems
Transformation of a circuit into s-domain
Transient analysis of RC networks with impulse,
step, pulse, and sinusoidal inputs Using LT.
Analysis of networks with transformed impedances
and dependent sources.
Node and Mesh analysis of the transformed circuit
FIRST INTERNAL EXAM
Network functions for the single port and two ports properties of driving point and transfer functions.

III

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VI

Poles and Zeros of network functions, Significance of


Poles and Zeros, Time domain response from pole
zero plot.
Impulse response
Network functions in the sinusoidal steady state
Magnitude , frequency and Phase response.
Parameters of two-port network: impedance,
admittance, transmission and hybrid parameters.
Interrelationships among parameter sets
Reciprocal and Symmetrical two port network
Characteristic impedance, Image Impedance and
propagation constant. (derivation not required)
SECOND INTERNAL EXAM
Resonance: Series resonance, bandwidth, Q factor
and Selectivity, Parallel resonance.
Coupled circuits: single tuned and double tuned
circuits, dot convention, coefficient of coupling.
Analysis of coupled circuits.
Network Synthesis: Elements of Reliability Theory:
Causality and Stability, Hurwitz Polynomial, Positive
Real Functions.,
Properties and Synthesis of R-C networks by the
Foster and Cauer methods.
END SEMESTER EXAM

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